MS Aurora Ship
MS Aurora Overview
The MS Aurora was built in 2012. Her idyllic size at 158-feet-long and 28-feet-wide, maneuvering abilities and elegant cabins make for an especially tranquil, uncrowded cruise along the breathtaking Dalmatian coast, reaching ports and islands that large ships cannot. She accommodates up to 38 passengers in 19 spacious, comfortable cabins and also offers a number of public areas for mingling and relaxing, while the dedicated crew ensures that every guest feels like a VIP.
All cabins are en-suite, with private facilities that include a toilet, sink, shower, hairdryer and toiletries. Each one is sound-proofed for guests’ comfort and features individually-controlled air-conditioning, a TV, wardrobe, safe, desk and chair. An internal communication system ensures captain and tour director announcements are heard by all, while the independent ventilation system provides continuous fresh air. All have the necessary safety features like lifejackets and fireproof doors. Cabins are spread across three decks, with the main and upper decks cabins featuring windows while the lower deck cabins have portholes.
Facilities and Public Areas
Traveling aboard the MS Aurora makes it easy to let your cares melt away. There are multiple spaces for relaxing like the expansive sundeck with loungers for every passenger where you can enjoy soaking up those gorgeous views. It also offers an enticing hot tub, especially enjoyable after a day exploring. At the rear of the ship you’ll find a swim platform with ladders that dip down to the crystal-clear blue sea for easy access during swim stops. The main deck dining room is fully air-conditioned and extends partially outdoors as a lounge area with more breathtaking panoramic vistas.
Throughout your excursion, look forward to lots of fantastic gastronomic delights. You’ll have opportunities for enjoying delicious eats at local restaurants on land as well as mouthwatering meals onboard, served on a half-board basis. A buffet-style breakfast with a wide selection of hot and cold foods are offered everything morning along with multi-course lunches. The bar serves a selection of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks for purchase, payable at the end of the excursion. Dining is enjoyed in a casual, relaxed atmosphere with no formal dress code.